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Crop Signs Up Throughout County

The crop signs have returned. Idaho County residents will notice crop signs – 22 are out this year — at fields along highways 95 and 13, identifying what is growing. The outreach started last year through the Idaho County Farm Service Agency office as part of the nationwide USDA initiative, “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food.” Signs are up again this year, with help from the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). Pictured here are (L-R) Jared Everson (NRCS), Rich Gribble (NRCS), Tiffany Jacobs (FSA) and Erica Baldus (FSA).

Credit: Julie Fowler, Idaho County FSA
The crop signs have returned. Idaho County residents will notice crop signs – 22 are out this year — at fields along highways 95 and 13, identifying what is growing. The outreach started last year through the Idaho County Farm Service Agency office as part of the nationwide USDA initiative, “Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food.” Signs are up again this year, with help from the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). Pictured here are (L-R) Jared Everson (NRCS), Rich Gribble (NRCS), Tiffany Jacobs (FSA) and Erica Baldus (FSA).



— The crop signs have returned. Idaho County residents will notice crop signs – 22 are out this year — at fields along highways 95 and 13, identifying what is growing.



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